August 2012
August 09, 2012
After attending OFA Short Course last month, I am extremely happy to report that the future of the horticulture industry is in good hands. While we were in Columbus, we had the opportunity to introduce our 40 Under 40...
August 09, 2012
To learn about diseases affecting dieffenbachia and aglaonema, please click on the PDF link below.
August 09, 2012
No matter their size, pests can quickly spread as plant material is moved from facility to facility and become unmanageable, leading to shrink, reduced profits and even loss of native species. In this fifth article, the...
August 09, 2012
Golden State Bulb Growers Inc. (GSBG) continues to further earn their reputation as a market leader in bulb/tuber production with the recent release of the first of several new eucomis species hybrids. Also known as the...
August 09, 2012
Each year in the spring, breeding companies from around the world show off the multiple new introductions at the California Spring Trials. Visitors travel the state stopping at multiple venues to see all of the latest and...
August 09, 2012
I know what you are thinking: Another sustainability program, really? Yes, and it is more than certification and certainly worth a look. A New Sustainability Package The newly released package from Food Alliance (FA)...
August 09, 2012
It’s a well-known fact that herbaceous perennials are growing in popularity with today’s consumers. The reasons are many, from the inherent convenience and value of perennials to the ever-expanding variety of perennials...
August 09, 2012
Gone are the days of doing business on a handshake. Sure, some people or companies like to do business this way, but when things go bad between two parties, do you really want to rely on a “he said, she said” type of...
August 09, 2012
Many growers produce and market ornamental grasses in conjunction with their perennial programs. There are numerous types of grasses in production today. Most are true grasses such as miscanthus and panicum; however, some...
August 09, 2012
Incandescent lamps are on their way out — or at least the traditional ones. Beginning in 2005, countries began to phase out the manufacturing, importation and/or sales of incandescent lamps simply because they are so...
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